Monthly Archives: July 2015

Sermon: After Charleston: Getting Into the Boat

21 June 2015 – Rev. Gia Hayes-Martin: The calming of the storm at sea is a familiar story to many people.[1] Although it’s a miracle story, and we may have problems believing the miracle happened physically, this one is easy … Continue reading

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Sermon: Holy Dance of the Trinity

31 May 2015 – Rev. Gia Hayes-Martin: Trinity Sunday. The only feast of the Church devoted to a theological doctrine, instead of an event or a person. Also known as “Associate Rector’s Day to Preach” or “Try Not to Expound … Continue reading

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Sermon: The Bishop, the Bottle, and the Church

3 May 2015 – Dr. Irene Lawrence: I had about a third of today’s sermon written when a computer error—actually, a pilot error—erased it all. I had a hard time getting back to writing, until I finally realized that I … Continue reading

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